Bayern Munich were crowned the champions of Europe for a sixth time in history when they defeated first-time finalists Paris Saint-Germain 1-0 in the UEFA Champions League final at the Estadio da Luz, Lisbon on Sunday.
🏆— FC Bayern München (@FCBayern) August 23, 2020
It was a long way to the top. 🏆 #MiaSanChampions pic.twitter.com/uSrX7svX9T
Hansi Flick’s Bayern Munich made it 11 out of 11 in the competitions this season, becoming the first team ever to do so, as a 59th minute Kingsley Coman header proved to be the difference in a high-octane, albeit low scoring, final.
Robert Lewandowski was denied twice in the first half — one from a close-range header and another a right-footed strike to the post. PSG threatened too through Neymar and Kylian Mbappe as both the forwards were denied by the gigantic Manuel Neuer.
Bayern Munich were fourth in the Bundesliga when Hansi Flick took over.— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) August 23, 2020
He’s just won the treble in his 36th match with a 91.6% win ratio, averaging one trophy every 12 games 🤯 pic.twitter.com/KEyje4uLjm
In the second half, Bayern completely dominated the possession and they reaped rewards soon when an accurate Joshua Kimmich cross was put in the back of the net by the former PSG forward, Coman. PSG tried to get an equaliser, but Bayern didn’t slip up even once till the very end.